Sleeping in your office?

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  1. JBeukema
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    Is it really a problem?

    Watchdog calls for crack down on Congress sleepovers - Politics - Capitol Hill - msnbc.com
     
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    No. It's not a problem. It's a practical solution to a personal financial management challenge of maintaining a home in one's home district while having to spend a large part of time in a very expensive area for real estate. Not everyone is married to a Heinz Heiress.
     
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    why on earth would this be a problem?
     
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    Congress critters should sleep on the floor of the House. Everyone watching C-span does.
     
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    They are vagrants, kick them out

    No other worker would be allowed to live in their workplace. Zoning would not allow it and they work in a public building

    Let them sleep in homeless shelters
     
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    Firemen do.
     
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    :lol::lol::lol:what happened to keeping out the rich and idle and power to the people? unreal.
     
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    I also sleep at work 1 night a week.

    As a matter of fact, that night is tonight.
     
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    I'm betting that the group bitching about this is funded by real estate agents with a lot of vacant apartments.
     
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    Umm most people move to where their job is.

    why should congresspeople be any different from the rest of us?
     

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